Thursday, December 18, 2008

Baby, It's Cold Outside!

Okay, it isn't THAT cold...we lived in Utah you know. So, this isn't a really unusual storm...but you should see the news headlines and coverage around here for our little 1-2 inches of snow! Carson's school had late start on Monday, school on Tuesday, and has been cancelled the last two days. We are sticking close to home and enjoying the snow while it is here and hoping it sticks around long enough for a white Christmas!



5 comments:

Jen I 11:27 AM  

That's a pretty impressive snowman for 1-2 inches!

A Work In Progress.. 12:03 PM  

Tag your it for a Meme! Please see my blog for the rules and details. Have fun with it, I was hoping with the snow you might have a little more time to do one. Looks like you guys are having a lot of fun with the snow!

TiAnn, Paul, and Kalispell Finn 10:50 PM  

Snow is so fun! Boise really over reacts when we get a little skiff of snow too, it's pretty funny. But I bet your kids love getting out of school!

Andee (+ Kelly) 9:51 AM  

Yea for Snow Days!! I love the snow angels!

Arti 9:12 AM  

Cute pics, and I'm glad you got snow. I always love snow for Christmas.

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